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FAQs

When you open your account you are technically purchasing a share of the credit union. This share is your membership share deposit of $5. With this, you are a member-owner of the credit union and are able to participate in credit union decisions.

Checks of $225 or more will have a hold on them. This is for your protection against fraud and fraudulent payers. Checks of less than $225 may also be held for various reasons.

This is usually the information your employer would need for direct deposit. If you requested that information, it can be located on the form. If you have checks, this information is located at the bottom of the check. If you just opened an account, this information should be on your account information card. The routing number is located at the bottom of every page of our website and digital banking. You can also find you account number in digital banking. If you are unable to find what you are looking for, please call or visit your favorite branch.  

Yes. Check and cash deposits made at ATMs have a three-day hold placed on them unless you are a Diamond Status member. This is also true for mobile check deposit. Please refer to our Guide to Member Services for full details.

If there is unusual activity on your account, immediately contact Purdue Federal Credit Union. You my do this by calling us at 765.497.3328 or toll free at 800.627.3328 or by visiting a branch.

Yes. There is a $5 minimum deposit to open your savings account. This is your share of the credit union. If you close your account for any reason, you will get this amount back. 

Additionally, there is a $25 minimum opening deposit for checking accounts. 

See our Rate Sheet and Truth in Savings for complete details.

In order to open an HSA, you must be covered by a High Deductible Health Plan (HDHP) — high deductible considered to be at least $1,400 annually for an individual and $2,800 or more annually for a family. You cannot be claimed as a dependant on anyone's tax return and cannot be entitled to benefits under Medicare.

Once you open an HSA, you may contribute up to $3,600 per individual and $7,200 per family per year. "Catch-up" contributions are available for account holders age 55 or older. See Rate sheet for details.

Information, calculators and interactive coaches provided are tools for your use and are not intended to provide financial, investment, legal, tax or accounting advice. We cannot and do not guarantee their applicability or accuracy in regards to your individual circumstances. All examples are hypothetical and are for illustrative purposes. We encourage you to seek personalized advice from qualified professionals regarding all personal finance issues.